David Parsley has been a leading business journalist for more than a decade. He stepped down as editor of the hugely successful City AM, the London-based business daily he launched in September 2005,
David Parsley has been a leading business journalist for more than a decade.
He stepped down as editor of the hugely successful City AM, the London-based business daily he launched in September 2005, in August 2007 to launch parsleymedia, the media services group.
With such experience at the highest level of business journalism, including three and a half years as business editor on the Sunday Express and four and a half years as a senior business reporter on The Sunday Times, David has interviewed some of the leading financial players both in the UK and abroad, including Warren Buffet, Rupert Murdoch, Sir Richard Branson and a whole host of FTSE100 directors. He has also broken some of the biggest financial scoops of the past ten years including the decision by Ford to put Jaguar and Land Rover up for sale, the £2.7 billion takeover of AB Ports by a Goldman Sachs-led consortium, the government enforced collapse of Railtrack, the demise of MG Rover and the $100 billion merger between Texaco and Chevron. Having been in an editing role for six years he has developed a broad knowledge of business topics and can write with authority across a wide-range of sectors. Now writing for a variety of publications and a regular media trainer David is available for editorial, corporate and media training commissions.
parsleymedia can source consumer or corporate editorial on any topic, provide an unrivalled media training service and produce corporate films, whether for internal or public consumption.